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Surfperch

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Kingdom  Animalia
Scientific name  Embiotocidae
Phylum  Chordata
Order  Perciformes
Suborder  Labroidei
Higher classification  Labroidei
Rank  Family
Surfperch Aquarium of the Pacific Online Learning Center Shiner Surfperch

Similar  Barred surfperch, Redtail surfperch, Shiner perch, Embiotoca jacksoni, Embiotoca

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The surfperches are a family of perciform fishes, Embiotocidae. They are mainly found in northeast Pacific Ocean (as far south as Baja California), but a few species (genera Ditrema and Neoditrema) are found in the northwest Pacific, and the tule perch is found in freshwater habitats in California, United States. The largest species in the family reaches 47 cm (19 in).

Surfperch Barred Surfperch

They are viviparous fishes, in which the embryo is nourished directly by the mother, as well as the yolk. This gives the family its scientific name, from Greek embios meaning "persistent" and tokos meaning "birth".

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Surfperch California Marine Sportfish Identification Perches

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Surfperch Redtail surfperch Amphistichus rhodoterus Biodiversity of the

References

Surfperch Wikipedia